Even though solar energy is the most plentiful renewable energy source that we know of, with technology that is becoming more and more affordable, there are still some skeptics.
Here’s a refresher on how we use solar energy:
Solar energy becomes usable when the electromagnetic radiation of the sun’s rays is absorbed by solar panels. Solar panels have solar cells which react with the sun’s rays to produce electricity. This solar-generated electricity is then used to power properties for homeowners and business owners.
Solar Energy Isn’t Cost-Effective Enough To Become a Popular Option The most important thing to know is that solar energy actually benefits both the environment and personal finances.
Instead of using fossil fuels to power your home, imagine that the simple act of getting the ball rolling with going solar turns into renewable energy usage for your home with monthly savings, a rebate check on the way, and solar financing programs to help the rest of the way.
Solar energy has become progressively cheaper to use every year.
The truth is, contrary to what some people might tell you, installing solar panels can greatly reduce electricity bills for businesses and homeowners. Of course, each situation will be different, but clean energy adoption is good for everyone at the most fundamental levels.
Here is a quick summary of some of the financial benefits of installing solar panels:
Solar Panel Value
Solar panels generally have a life span of 20- to 30-years. This can increase to 40 years if solar panels are maintained well. Because of the long-term energy savings, environmental benefits, and tax deductions, installing solar panels will increase the price of evaluation for your home or business.
Utility Bill Savings
Getting a reduced electricity bill is a welcome news for anyone. Installing solar panels saves on the cost of electricity. which has been increasing every year for electric and gas-powered homes and industries. You can contact us to find out how much you will save by going solar.
There are tax incentives for solar panels at both state and federal levels. For details be sure to contact a professional tax advisor to arrive at total savings as these deductions are dependent on your location and solar system’s size.
Solar panels also benefit the community because solar is a clean and inexhaustible source of energy. Solar panels are used in large-scale solar farms to help agriculture. In addition, the solar industry itself provides jobs for solar energy consultants, installers, designers, manufacturers
and related businesses.
Wondering how much you’ll save by going solar? Ask us today!